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Okaden Chuggington Brewster Train

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cteno4

Tomytec?

 

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bill937ca

Need a license for sure.  Bucks!!

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cteno4

Would be great for our Ttrak street car, kids would love it!

 

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multivac

That is great. Who would have thought that a BR Deltic would operate in Japan. 😃

Brewster is based on a British Rail Deltic loco - well it sort of looks like one with one less cab.

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bill937ca

Video by Dr.YELLOW movie by charonzoom

 

 

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JR 500系
19 hours ago, bill937ca said:

Video by Dr.YELLOW movie by charonzoom

 

 

haha! Question, how does the driver see the road? through those huge windscreen eyes? 

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miyakoji

I was just clicking around a bit--I don't see anything about this being a new body on an old chassis.  Is this whole thing new build?

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bikkuri bahn

Niigata Transys build, 9200 series? Licensed design from Bombardier.  

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Socimi

I think it's an entirely new build, using what we could call the "Japanese Standard Tram" design of Niigata Transys, as it seems to share all the main fetaures (body lenght, bogies, pantographs, door placement and type...) of all the other modern Japanese trams built by the company, such as the Man'yo-sen MLRV100 series (2003)Toyama Portram and Centram TLR600 series (2006)Fukutetsu F1000 series (minus the central section, 2016)Echizen L series "Ki-Bo" (2016)Kumamoto Tramway 0800 series (2009) and of course, Okayama Tramway 9200 series "MOMO" (2002).

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miyakoji

Yeah I guess I just expected it to be a sort of 'renewal' thing on an old chassis, because with that body they would run it for a few years and then scrap it.  As entirely new rolling stock, I guess Okayama will have their own Deltic until... 2050?

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ben_issacs

Folks, 

I see that from the 16th. of March, the tramway system in Okayama is operating a train of two tramcars done up to represent characters Brewster and Wilson from the British children's TV series called Chuggington, which is similar to Thomas the Tank Engine.

One car is red the other blue, with character faces on the outer ends.

They apparently operate on a fairly regular service, reserved seats only.

Just the thing to scare motorists, these big faces running towards one!

Regards, 

Bill, 

Melbourne.

 

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Welshbloke

Still not as bad as Megabus in the UK. They operate cheap intercity coach services with a huge graphic of a very pink and rather creepy-looking bus driver on the sides and rear. I do wonder how many sketchy overtakes have been made to avoid those eyes staring at you!

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